Antipolo to conduct second round of anti-rabies vaccinations after inoculating 5,000 pets
Antipolo City was able to protect more than 5,000 dogs and cats from rabies during the first round of its mass vaccination program, and it will offer the service again this month.
Antipolo Mayor Andrea Ynares announced on Facebook that the anti-rabies vaccination would be held in different areas and barangays again begining Feburary 2.
She said 5,487 dogs and cats have been vaccinated this year, and she urged other fur parents to make sure their pets have received the jab.
“Kaya ibigay natin ang GIFT of LOVE at LONG-LIFE itong Buwan ng Pagmamahalan sa ating mga fur-babies sa pamamagitan ng bakuna kontra rabies!” she said.
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